Many audiophiles are familiar with KBEAR, one of the businesses that specialises in producing IEM cables and IEMs. They have a solid reputation in the audiophile industry for providing extremely affordable IEMs that are priced competitively with those IEMs that cost more. The same business serves as the parent company for its subsidiary, TRI, which specialises in the same offers as KBEAR. Their IEM appears to fit into every price range that the market permits. Audiophiles not only appreciate IEMs but also their cables and DAC/AMP. Recently, there has been an increase in the popularity of inexpensive and budget IEMs that utilise tuning switches and a crossover, and TRI made the decision to launch their newest product, the StarRiver. Despite the fact that I already enjoy their Starsea and Starlight. Let's find out what the Star River can do. But first, let's go over a few things I want to talk about.